A 15 year old girl living in Southern Sudan has a greater chance of dying during childbirth than finishing school


One Solution:

Open a Nursing and Midwifery College and recruit students from all districts to participate and take their practice back home to save lives themselves.

The Directorate of Nursing, Midwifery and Human Resources (MOH GOSS) in collaboration with UNFPA and a consortium of Donors that includes Real Medicine Foundation of USA are happy to announce the recruitment of Nursing and midwifery students for the October 2009 intake of 40 students for a three years training course that will lead to a Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery.

New College of Nursing and Midwifery for Southern Sudan, located at the Juba Teaching Hospital advertises for pioneer student intake!

Find out more about The Juba Teaching Hospital and RMF in Southern Sudan

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